Risk Management


Welcome to OMIC’s Surgery Administration risk management resource library, a comprehensive collection of loss prevention and patient safety resources for ophthalmic practices.

Our resources for Surgery Administration include model consent forms, risk management articles, closed claim studies, and recommendation and procedure guides.

Consent Forms (35)

*General Consent for Medical and Surgical Procedures (use with addendums)

Anterior Orbiotomy Consent Form

Anticoagulant Consent

Blepharoplasty consent form

Botox Use Consent Form

Chalazion: Incision and Drainage of Chalazion Consent Form

CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Consent Form

Corneal Surgery (Addendum to General Consent)

Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) Consent Form

Ectropion Consent Form

Entropion Consent Form

Evisceration/Enucleation Consent Form

Facial Bone Repair Consent Form

GentleMAX Laser Treatment Consent Form

Glaucoma Surgery Consent (Addendum to General Consent)

Juvederm Consent Form

Lagophthalmos Surgery With Gold Weight Consent Form

Laser Surgery Consent (Addendum to General Consent)

Latisse™ Treatment Consent Form

Lid Laceration Repair Consent Form and Addendum

Open Globe Repair Consent Form and Addendum

Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration Consent Form

Orbital and Plastic Surgery Consent (Addendum to General Consent)

Orbital Decompression Surgery Consent Form

Orbital Fracture Repair Consent Form

Probing and Irrigation of Tear Duct (Nasolacrimal System) of Adult Patient

Ptosis Surgery Consent Form

Punctal Plugs Consent Form (Courtesy of Bernard H. Chang, MD, a practicing ophthalmologist in Nashville, TN.)

Repair of defect after skin cancer removal consent form

Restylane Injection Consent Form

Retina Surgery Consent (Addendum to General Consent Form)

Strabismus surgery

Strabismus Surgery Consent (Addendum to General Consent Form)

Texas Consent Requirements Effective 2020

Tumescent Liposuction Surgery Consent Form

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